diarrhea là gì

The risk of diarrhoea was lower among those consuming boiled water but this finding was not statistically significant.

An educated father could also positively influence weaning practices, thus limiting the prevalence of diarrhoea.

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Three individuals who did not have diarrhoea were excluded.

Causes of diarrhoea morbidity were assessed for admissions of children less kêu ca 5 years of age.

A second classification of ' diarrhoea-associated admissions ' was made if any of these codes were listed as any of the 15 possible diagnostic codes.

Symptoms included diarrhoea (100 %), abdominal cramps (76 %), vomiting (46 %), and fever (46 %).

Because of the slowed transit through the bowel, overeating leads lớn nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea.

The most likely cause for the association between self-reported diarrhoea and water consumption is recall bias.

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The specimens were collected by veterinarians from individual animals with watery diarrhoea and\or herds with high mortality in the young animals.

The prevalence of diarrhoea increased with age, peaked at 12-17 months, and dropped at older ages.

The consequences of diarrhoea include dehydration, electrolyte losses and nutritional problems that are more severe in the elderly patient.

In the elderly, dehydration on tài khoản of diarrhoea is often debilitating and accordingly, requires treatment.

Controls were excluded if they had diarrhoea in the past month.

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Among the laboratory-confirmed case-patients, the most commonly reported symptoms were diarrhoea (94.8 %), abdominal cramps (88.0%), and nausea (76.4 %).

In the gastrointestinal tract symptom group, the most prominent provisional clinical diagnoses was infectious gastroenterocolitis (not specified), followed by acute colitis, abdominal pain and diarrhoea.

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